>Italian judge orders Gaddafi's son to settle unpaid €392,000 hotel bill

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>An Italian judge has ordered Saadi Gaddafi, the third son of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, to pay a €392,000 (£328,000) hotel bill he failed to settle.

Gaddafi was taken to court by the Grand Hotel Excelsior in Rapallo, near Portofino, after staying for about 40 days in early 2008, accompanied by secretaries, bodyguards, a personal trainer, a driver and a dog trainer.

The party left without paying the bill but did leave behind a black sports utility vehicle, which is still parked at the hotel, local media reported.

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